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What's the latest,eh?

rahzan
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1.Which fortran standard is Intel fortran currently implementing?
Last I checked it was F95withselect features from F03.
2. If this is still the case, where can I find these F03 features?
One other question,
3. How difficult is it to call a .netlibrary from an app in Intel fortran?
Thanks.
Tim
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Steven_L_Intel1
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The F03 features supported are listed in the release notes. We continually add features and don't wait for major releases. The release notes will highlight additions.

Yes, it is possible to call a .NET assembly from Intel Fortran. One uses the "Fortran Module Wizard" to select the assembly and generate a module with interfaces to its exported methods. For more informsation, see the section on the Module Wizard in the Building Applications manual.
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rahzan
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Where can one find the famous release notes?
I have not bought intel fortran v9
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Steven_L_Intel1
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We don't publish the "latest and greatest" on the web. But if you ask for a free 30-day evaluation AND register for support (important!), you can get the current release notes from Intel Premier Support File Downloads.
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